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. but obama senior advisor dan plieffer told bob schieffer today the white house only learned of the probe this month. >> are you trying to tell me that a wisp of this didn't get over to the white house during an election year, that there may be something going on over there at the irs, that we ought to find about that. >> yes, i'm telling you that. the first the white house was made aware of it from the treasury department a few weeks ago. to the the details what happened, not the results of the investigation but that an independent investigation was about to conclude. >> if the president was so up set about this when he found out about it, why did he wait three days to say anything. >> because we waited for the facts. >> reporter: friday treasuries inspector general told congress the since nationalee office unfairly targeted some conservative groups but the investigation didn't pinpoint who exactly was responsible. the irs is conducting a 30 day review of the entire organization. republican senator john cornyn. >> i have a very hard time believing this is something cooked up it cincinnat
of the obama administration visitinged all the sunday talk shows to lay out what the white house knew and when. but as sharyl attkisson reports, that did nothing to quiet republican critics. >> reporter: according to testimony at a congressional hearing on friday, a deputy treasury secretary knew about the irs investigation a year ago. but obama senior advisor dan plieffer told bob schieffer today the white house only learned of the probe this month. >> are you trying to tell me that a wisp of this didn't get over to the white house during an election year, that there may be something going on over there at the irs, that we ought to find about that. >> yes, i'm telling you that. the first the white house was made aware of it from the treasury department a few weeks ago. to the the details what happened, not the results of the investigation but that an independent investigation was about to conclude. >> if the president was so up set about this when he found out about it, why did he wait three days to say anything. >> because we waited for the facts. >> reporter: friday treasuries inspector gen
't want those people rescued. obama was threatening -- the white house was threatening these whistle-blowers. he was silencing the whistle-blowers. so, you know, one of the problems i have now with the coverage is so the business story is the editing of the memos and again if the scandal actually has legs about editing of a memo, first one in d.c. history that ever revolves around writing of a memo. but you know, the president -- ignoring you know, is the laundry list of lies and allegations. that fox and everyone else has been launching against obama for eight months. so none of those held up. none of those were legit but okay, this one seems to have some premise. so we'll pretend the whole thing is legit. >> stephanie: as you say benghazi mania driven by a dark obsession with obama built upon the assumption he's capable of worsening and incapable of anything decent. that's literally what you're hoping -- what they're hoping you'll buy. >> a week ago, that was the general thrust. er this settling on oh, it is kind of a cover-up and people exchanged e-mails about a memo and again tha
. as he wrote in today's "wall street journal," "i am meeting president obama at the white house to get america's full support for this agenda." the real reason for why the british prime minister is desperately searching for anyone to save the british economy is because he's chosen to impose policies that come straight out of congressman paul ryan's budget playbook. a playbook that has slashed spending so severely that the british economy only managed to avoid a triple-dip recession by a growth rate of, get this, 0.3% for the last quarter. that compares with a growth rate of 2.5% for the united states. the british economy is in such a bad state of repair that prime minister david cameron is looking anywhere for help. and luckily for him, neither mitt romney nor paul ryan are in charge of this nation's economy. thanks so much for watching this afternoon. chris matthews and "hardball" is next. >>> outrageous. let's play "hardball." >>> good evening. i'm chris matthews in washington. two big stories tonight. the irs and benghazi. the president called one outrageous, the other a sideshow. l
. the obama administration continues to deny allegations of a coverup. the white house insists there was no effort to change the so-called talking points to downplay the possibility of terrorism. president obama says the investigation is politically motivated. >> the whole issue of talking points frankly throughout this process has been a side show. suddenly three days ago this gets spun up as if there's something new to the story. >> e-mails made public last week show senior administration officials asking that references to terror groups be deleted from the talking points. >>> next week the philadelphia jury that convicted abortion doctor kermit gosnell of first-degree murder will hear evidence on whether he should face the death penalty. gosnell was convicted yesterday in the deaths of three babies delivered alive and then killed. he was also convicted of involuntary manslaughter in the overdose death of an abortion patient. >>> new orleans police are searching for a suspect in the mother's day shooting. police say multiple people have identified the shooter at 19-year-old a
, the executive editor kathleen carroll commenting on the latest scandal to hit the white house this week. right now the obama administration is is dealing with a trifecta of trouble. justice department secretly seizing reporters' phone records, irs targeting conservative groups and benghazi terror attack. mike pompeo of kansas, member of the house intelligence committee. i want to start with the a.p. story. the obama administration has been trying to cap leaks of classified information and has prosecuted six people for leaking secret material. do you think the justice department went too far in what they were doing with the secret subpoena? >> you know, i think there's an awful lot of facts that this still have to be determined. but what you can say with absolute certainty at this point is this is an administration that has a culture that runs through stop signs. that doesn't understand that there are boundaries that the constitution means something. that seizing these documents from folks who are trying to report on the administration strikes at the very heart of our democracy and transparency
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, there a ring around president obama. they are smart enough to keep that ring where they can get it to geithner and get to the cabinet. >> dana: they also got it to according to is some reports, white house counsel and that person is in the ring. the ring around the rosy. that again is inexplicable. what do they talk about at senior staff meetings. >> greg: it's a human shield. because they are throwing all the smaller fish to congress. everybody is going to go. you are going have to put witness relocation. the irs said something in the hearing about how what would have helped is clearer rules. rules that they violated. this is essentially the same as a bank robber going into a bank, getting arrested. if only there was sign that told me this was illegal. >> bob: all the things we're talking about is people knew, people knew. my point is that the big question is who instituted it? who instigated it? it's not who knew. i think tho keep it away from the president of united states because they thought it would hurt his campaign. who started it? and i have. >> kimberly: so the question, maybe eric h
got him a shout-out at the white house science fair. president obama was impressed by this young innovator's tenacity. >> jack "space from research labs to pursue his work nearly 200 times. 200 times he asked. 200 times he was turned down. finally, with the help of some folks at johns hopkins, he got research facilities that he needed. >> axelrod: did it sting when you would get rejections? >> it definitely did sting because i kind of knew that a lot of them were just kind of being a bit discriminatory because they were like this is a 15-year-old. he can't possibly be doing this. >> axelrod: dismissive. >> yes, very dismissive. >> in the category of medicine-- >> axelrod: when may explain the overwhelming emotion he felt when he won last year's intel international science and engineering fair. the sweet validation came with $100,000 in scholarships. but jack andraka has got his eye on even bigger things. >> the name of the competition is called the tricorder xprize. it's a $10 million prize. >> axelrod: did you say $10 million? >> yes, $10 million. essentially, what you have to d
. >> shannon: we a democratic administration president obama in the white house so it would be the attorney generals that have issue with the policies coming out. accusations that the president overstepped powers whether ekimovesquetive order -- executive orders for federal regulations coming from the agencies. how are the states fighting back? >> well, i'm pleased to report that they are on the beat and as federal top cops or republican attorney generals on the beat i'm sad to say they are busy. federalism used to be a bipartisan issue and something that republicans and democrats on the state level always agreed on but appears that this president and his party have told their governor yous and ags off the beat and they look more like lap dogs now than top cops. >> shannon: and there are lawsuits across the board on any number of issues. some things we talked about many times in regulation nation the epa for one. >> the epa has taken a what we believe is a limited congressional authority in a number of areas and through their rule making process because they can't get their job killing ener
covered the white house under president obama and president bush. when you found out about it, what was your gut reaction? >> i'm a former ap reporter. my gut reaction was to be pretty concerned, pretty appalled. >> were you angry? >> of course i was angry. >> are your former colleagues angry? >> of course they're angry. >> a sense of being violated by the government? >> i think that's an important question but to me the broader question is the question of access. right? it's not about the ap. it's not about what happened to the a a p. it's about the issue of access in general and the obama administration definition of classified information. their definition of unfedered which is a word we're hearing a lot. >> justice department says this was necessary in the course of investigating national security leaks and president obama said the other day, no apologies for what was done to the ap. >> look, i think, again, he doesn't owe an apology to the ap, necessarily, but i think the ap what it stands for is this administration's aggressive prosecution of leaks. more, i mean, it's a statis
to benghazi, president obama distorted his own words in record of his administration. while recounting the narrative coming out of the white house in days and weeks between the benghazi terrorist attack and the election day. fox news chief work work washington correspondent james rosen with our report. >> americans died in benghazi. we also know clearly they were not in a position where they were adequately protected. and suddenly, 3 days ago, this gets spun up, as if there is something new to the story. >> reporter: president obama's retelling of the benghazi story, and how and why it resurfaced to consume pressure time with his news conference with prime minister was selective, president obama argued he has been characterizing benghazi correctly from the get go. >> the day after it happened i acknowledged that was an act of terrorism. >> reporter: by president's words in rose garden on september 12 were vague. >> no acts of terror will shake the resolve of this great nation. >> reporter: hours later president agreed he steared clear of word he now claims to have trumeled. >> this mor
news america" reporting from washington. barack obama meets david cameron at the white house. the two promise to step up pressure on syria. the question is how? it's back to the future in pakistan as nawaz sharif celebrates the prospect of becoming prime minister for a third time. ♪ >> and he sings, he tweets. is there anything this astronaut can not do? cris gets ready to return to earth. we look back on his amazing journey. >> welcome to our viewers on public television in america and around the globe. winston n commufrpbl churchill used the term special bond. speaking at a press conference, president obama and prime minister cameron fielded tricky questions on the issue of domestic politics, but on the issue of syria they showed a united front. >> this was a warm-up meeting before the gate -- the g-8 gathering the british prime minister will host in june. >> they hope to kick offer negotiations towards an e.u.- u.s.a. trade pact. syria's history says david cameron is being written in the blood of its people. a transitional government is required that can win the consent of every
it was or the motivations were. that was t state of understanding the white house and obama administration after. but then there was a whole, campaign, u.n. ambassador, the president, other officials, stating that what prompted this of a video. at what point the decision of made. what is the assessment that tellings that you video prompted a violent attack again the cons ratconsulate and killed the ambassador there is no answer. lou: your thought >> there is an answer, that is politics, it is made up, it was a fairytale from the beginning, they were allergic to the word, al qaeda and terrorism because there are an election, they did not want to admit that americans died because they had a messed up middle east policy, they said they gotten rid offa al qaeda, they any got succeed, they knew it 4 americans died thattis w they had to cover it up, they didn't want to go into an elect saying ooh. lou: olson as he testified before congress, he responds it was a terrorism attack, i response to a question, but not in his prepared remarks. we're talking about 12th, president talked abo terror but that am
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one-third of house committees are investigating the obama administration. but while the white house is bailing water, the storms seem to have originated elsewhere. the latest government office under scrutiny is the department of justice, amid revelations that the doj seized phone records from 20 "associated press" phone lines over two months last year. the records included home phones and cell phones, as well as the a.p.'s main line in the congressional press gallery. more than 100 journalists were monitored. the doj hasn't given a reason for the investigation, but the timing suggests it was to determine who leaked details about a c.i.a. operation in yemen, which foiled a terrorist plot. carl bernstein, he of watergate fame, did not mince words. >> totally inexcusable, that this administration has been terrible on this subject from the beginning. the object of it is to intimidate people who talk to reporters. this was an accident waiting to become a nuclear event. and now it's happened. >> the outrage thus far has been bipartisan. daily news marcus tweeted, people looking for an oba
for the politics lead. when it rains, it pours, especially at the white house. fortunately for president obama there's a marine with an umbrella. in a week when his administration needs all the shelter it can find, is there anything more perfect than this one? the president was holding a joint news conference with the turkish prime minister. >> before we get started, let me make sure i'm a good host. mr. prime minister, do you want an umbrella? we can arrange it if you need it. >> yes, bring forth the umbrellas unto me. the rain really started coming down when the president answered a question about the irs unfairly targeting conservative groups. >> it is just simply unacceptable for there to even be a hint of partisanship or ideology when it comes to the application of our tax laws. >> president obama appointed danny werfel after steve vin miller submitted his resignation. werfel is currently the controller of the office of management and budget. earlier he addressed the justice department's seizure of phone records at the associated press for a leak investigation. >> leaks related to nationa
what they were doing. >>> one of president obama's top advisers defending him today as the white house continues to juggle with controversy. good evening, everybody. you are. there i am here. neither of us randomly up and quit our jobs and moved to a remote island or purchased it for that matter. so that means we didn't hit the jackpot but check your powerball tickets because it could be a winner. a food lion store in lorton, virginia sold a $1 million powerball ticket. that means someone hit all five of those white numbers but not the power ball number. it was one of 33 million dollar winners nationwide. pretty nice. >>> the search is on in florida for the big ticket winner. at publix grocery store in a small town of sever sever hill sold the powerball ticket. only 13,000 people live in the touchb. while the winner has not come forward, word is traveling fast. >> we didn't win please don't call. >> my friend said we better be nice to everybody. everybody in town we better be nice. we don't know who it is. >> the publix that sold the the ticket will get an $85,000 bonus. if the winner
to anybody connected to the white house, mr. obama will be in trouble. >> and coming up, a last look at the morning's stories. >> and a few races taking over the bay area, including the final stage of the tour of california going on as we speak. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, the bay to breakers race pl out in san . >>> well, welcome back. let's look at the morning's top stories. in this case, races. >> two big events going on in the bay area right now. the the bay too breakers race played out this morning starting at 7:00 and is still going on throughout the streets citywide. security is tighter this year. san francisco police said that they say 25% more officers are on patrol than they have in previous years. feeds from closed certainty cameras being monitored in realtime. that is, again, look at the starting line and this is a look at the finish line from high above chopper 5. the winners, tolusa sufi of ethiopia finished first among men. diane nikeri johnson from africa is the top women's finisher. she finished eighth in last month's boston marathon. >> and meanwhile, we have more than 100 of th
republicans in the senate signed a letter to president obama demanding full compliance. white house press secretary jay carney said today the president is committed to getting to the bottom of what happened. >> he expects people to be held accountable if they engaged in inappropriate activity, inappropriate conduct. he expects the treasury department and the i.r.s. to take all the necessary actions to ensure that this kind of thing cannot happen again. >> ifill: attorney general eric holder has already begun a criminal investigation into the i.r.s. matter, but some lawmakers see larger patterns at work. republican congressman steve chabot of ohio: >> i believe there has been a pattern by this administration in not taking responsibility for failures, avoiding blame, pointing the fingers in somebody else's direction. would you agree with that? >> uh, no. >> i thought you might say that. i think a lot of people do, including myself and i think a lot of members of this committee, we might be divided obviously. but these are very significant things which have occurred here and i would strongly
while mr. obama was running for reelection. major garrett is at the white house for us tonight. major what, do we know now? >> reporter: scott, the e-mails reveal how the first draft of c.i.a. talking points prepared for u.n. ambassador susan rice and select members of congress watered down direct references to al qaeda links to the benghazi attacks and warnings about potential attacks. this is the first version of the benghazi talking points produced by the c.i.a. at 2:27 p.m. on september 14, 2012. it says that the benghazi assault may have been, "spontaneously inspired by the protests at the u.s. embassy in cairo and evolved into a direct assault against the u.s. consulate." it also said, "we know that islamic extremists with ties to al qaeda participated in the attack." it also cites at least five other attacks against foreign interests in benghazi and that "we cannot rule out that individuals had previously surveiled the u.s. facilities." the final version, after numerous revisions, produced at 12:13 p.m. on september 15 kept the concept as spontaneous demonstration but removed r
kinderrgarten starts, anyway. "outfront" next, the white house in damage control mode. obama administration hit with three controversies. does the buck stop with the president? plus the latest from the investigation in boston. a note found in the boat where dzhokhar tsarnaev was hiding written by him. going to tell you what it says. first big break in that case. and the company that told angelina jolie she could face cancer is under serious fire tonight. we have a special investigation. let's go out front. >>> good evening, everyone. i'm erin burnett. there are three controversies threatening the white house and the response from the obama administration sounds -- well, why don't you take a listen? >> i can assure you that i certainly did not know anything about the ig report before the ig report had been leaked through press -- >> i would as the cia. >> i was not the person involved in that decision. >> so who was? where exactly does the buck stop? who knew that the irs was targeting conservative groups that were trying to get tax exempt status? who led the american public to believe something
. >>> when president obama first took office he pledged to make transparency a hallmark of his white house. listen to what he said in january of 2009, just one day into his first term. >> i want to make government accountable, make it transparent so that the american people can know exactly what decisions are being made, how they're being made, and whether their interests are being well served. let me say it as simply as i can. transparency and the rule of law will be the touchstones of this presidency. >> hm. now the obama administration is caught in the middle of a first amendment war between the justice department and the associated press. the a.p. says the government secretly collected phone records of reporters during a two-month period last year and it questions whether that was related to a probe into leaks of the details of a foiled terror plot last year. joining me is constitutional first amendment attorney, floyd abrams, author of "friend of the court" on the front lines with the first amendment. welcome to you. i've got to say, this whole transparency thing with the president is
. president obama went into the next term there was whole thing over the campaign and white house, the campaign and white house. people going back and forth, burton and axelrod. they created such a cloud. you don't know who was there when the decisions were made. this be they move on. who was there? someone was there, whether it's a campaign or the white house, somebody made these calls. it doesn't matter anymore. obama had to know. >> kimberly: i want to listen to another piece. >> bob: i don't think that he knew. >> kimberly: this is another interesting piece. this is goldberg, i want to get your reaction. what if it wasn't tea party groups or conservative groups how would it be handled? would it be taken more seriously. take a listen. >> imagine if progressive groups or black civil rights groups were going to their congressmen and senators sand saying we are being persecuted by the irs going back two years. does anyone believe that the white house would spend two years rolling their eyes saying nothing is going on there, to believe that no one would pick up the phone and try to
racked up 89% of the white vote in mississippi last year. much was made of president obama's struggle with white voters last fall, but really his problem was with southern whites. outside of that region, he didn't do that badly. there are a number of african-american democrats who represent deep south districts, districts that have large black populations. but had she beaten sanford, it would have made kolbert busch only one of two white democrats. its district is 75% white. romney won it by 18 points last fall. it wasn't mark sanford elizabeth colbert busch was fighting, it was six decades of history. >>> kansas on a collision course with the federal government, and know, this isn't 1854. that's next. ♪ [ agent smith ] i've found software that intrigues me. it appears it's an agent of good. ♪ [ agent smith ] ge software connects patients to nurses to the right machines while dramatically reducing waiting time. [ telephone ringing ] now a waiting room is just a room. [ static warbles ] you get 5% back, on everything. everything. everything. everything. everything. everything. ever
. >>> outrageous is president obama described the target of groups. speaking at the white house the president said he will not tolerate the targeting of specific groups by a federal agency. >> the irs has an independent agency and requires absolute integrity and people have to have confidence that they are applying it in a nonpartisan way. and you should feel that way regardless of party, i don't care whether you are democrat, independent or republican. >> joining us on the fallout of the admitted bias. what if anything did we learn new today from the president and his aides? >> one was the president of the united states decided to eject unequivocal anger of what has been reported. we learned when anyone learned of the scandal jay carney said while he and the president didn't learn about it until friday when news reports emerged that the white house lawyer, the president's council had been informed on april 22 that the report within the irs was about to be completed, not the substance of the conclusions but that the report was about to be completed. >> what about the reaction on the hill? what hav
of the irs has resigned. president barack obama made the announcement late this afternoon at the white house. steven miller was asked to step down in the aftermath of the irs scandal that showed the agency improperly targeted conservative groups. the president has called the irs conduct inexcusable. >>> days after revealing she had a double mastectomy angelina jolie says she is taking another radical step to reduce her risk of cancer. today the 37-year-old actress says she is planning surgery to have her ovaries removed. her doctors say she has a 50% chance of developing oi vair yen cancer. remember that took her mother's life at the age of 56. 70% of women who test positive for the gene have their ovaries removed. >>> what is hidden in your food could affect your health. >> 7 on your side's michael finney is here with a special investigation. >> if your dog em food making them sick without even knowing you are doing it. parents are diligent about reading labels, but the labels don't tell the whole story. >> and powerball pandemonium. they have drawn the numbers, but do we have a winner for
of the headaches for the obama administration. if the white house thought releasing 100 pages of emails on benghazi would silence the critics, it's clear they were wrong. the g.o.p. demanded that the white house release more unclassified documents were four americans including the ambassador to libya. the republicans' demand in just a moment. key points from the emails that came out last night. they show the back and forth between the officials over what information to reveal to congress and the public. those talking points from sunday morning shows which falsely blame the attack on a spontaneous demonstration. as it turns out a top cia official removed references to terror after the state department expressed concerns about language and suggested it could jeopardize the investigation. it also took out a section that indicated extremists had put out a call for insurgents to storm the agency in cairo. the spokesperson wrote that including the information, quote: could be abused by members warnings so why do we want to feed that either? >> concerned, that email now renewing republican claims that th
as the acting commissioner and will testify. yesterday president obama named miller's replacements, white house budgeted official daniel werfel. he is expected to stay on through september. president obama said it was only last week that he learned about the extra scrutiny given to conservative groups seeking tax-exempt status. >> the minute i found out about it, then my main focus is making sure that we get it fixed. >> house speaker john boehner and some other republicans are calling for a criminal investigation. >>> meanwhile the president is promising to do everything possible to reduce sexual assaults in the armed forces. held a meeting yesterday with military leaders. according to the pentagon, estimates are up to 26,000 military members may have been sexually abused last year. meanwhile on capitol hill, bipartisan support is growing for an overhaul of the military justice system. >>> 5:20 now. coming up, the giants launched their biggest comeback yet. big winner last night. the spurs advance to the western conference final. we'll have highlights coming up. ,,,, omg, stop. jack, your new
: the irs in the crosshairs. we are moments away from a live white house event where president obama may be asked about it. connell: mike huckabee joins us. governor huckabee, always great to see you. as we wait for the president's comments, i think he will be asked about it, what is an appropriate response given what we know about this targeting scandal? >> i think the appropriate response is a criminal investigation. this is not just a minor mistake. an apology will not just be satisfactory. for them to target them for political purposes is a criminal activity. the irs cannot just say oh, gee, we are sorry it will not happen again. what do you think will be the reaction on the left? during the bush administration, it was found out that the irs was digging into donor information and continually denied status for what they planned parenthood, we would still be hearing about it and we should be. this is just fundamentally wrong. dagen: it seems that this was widespread enough. if it was, we would have found out about it by now. some of them would have made a bigger stink about it. >> some
's time for miller to go. the white house says president obama is waiting for official report on the treasury department's investigation before it takes any action. >> if the reports about the activity of irs personnel prove to be true, he would find them outrageous and he would expect that appropriate action be taken and that people be held responsible. >> shepard: well, tonight, fox news has gotten ahold of that report. mike emanuel has it on capitol hill. what are the highlights? >> well, shep, still going through it at this hour but we can tell you that it is pretty tough going after the irs for a lack of leadership. it calls its management ineffective. says they targeted specific groups. they delayed processing of conservative and other groups. they requested unnecessary info such as the names of donors and the political affiliation of the leadership of these groups. shep? >> shepard: what are republicans saying, mike? >> they are calling on president obama to help the investigators up here on capitol hill figure out how high this goes in the u.s. government. one veteran
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,000 pages the white house has not released? congressman jason chaffetz saying last night the obama administration should release all the documents, not just the ones they hand pick. steve hayes joins us. nice to see you, steve. >> how are you? >> very good. what about the 25,000 pages that congressman jason chaffetz told us with? do they exist and who has seen them? >> i'm not sure of the exact number, there there are certainly a lot of documents that we haven't yet seen and a lot of documents that i think the obama administration should turn over. i would include in those the intelligence -- some of the intelligence reports about benghazi in the months leading up to the attacks on september 11th there of last year. i would suggest that we see some of the intelligence that came in immediatelafter those attacks. even if it needs to be heavily redacted. i would suggest that we could see redacted copies of some of the transcripts of survivors, interviews of survivors that might be able to shed some more light on what was happening in benghazi at the time and what happened in the after
stipulate this as well, he found this, that there was no evidence of white house influence or obama campaign influence, if that's correct, is this still appropriate of your chairman to keep saying culture of corruption throughout the government and this is an example of it if it had nothing to do with the presidential influence at all? >> i don't think that's proven yet. >> sure you do. okay. here's the question. if you have no evidence right now this friday of any white house involvement and don't have any evidence next week and the week after that, when do you stop accusing the white house of being corrupt in this regard? >> i'm not accusing -- >> at what point do you say, we don't have evidence? >> chris, i'm not accusing the white house of anything. i haven't made that statement at all. >> the culture of corruption from this administration, what's that mean? >> that's not coming from me. i didn't say that. what i'm saying is, look, i'm an old cop. i want to base my, what i say, on facts. and so -- >> good. >> -- today i was looking for facts from mr. miller. mr. miller did not provide an
this as well. he found that there was no evidence of white house evidence or obama campaign influence. if that's correct, is it still appropriate to say culture of corruption throughout the government and this is an example of it, if it had nothing to do with the presidential influence at all? >> i don't think that's proven yet. >> but if it is, is that the end of the charge? >> mr. levin may say -- no, i don't think that is the end of this charge. because we have a duty to find out what happened in the irs. >> sure you do. >> why were certain people -- >> look, okay, here's the question. if you have no evidence right now this friday of any white house involvement and you don't have any evidence next week and the week after that, when do you stop accusing the white house of being corrupt in this regard? >> i'm not accusing -- >> at what point do you say we don't have evidence, we can't keep calling them corrupt? >> chris, i'm not accusing the white house of anything. i haven't made that statement at all. >> the culture of corruption from this administration, what's that mean? >> that's not com
, the white house is on the defense. president obama's approval numbers yet are on the upswing. how is the white house reacting today? >> reporter: right, don. 53% approval rating is welcome news for the president, but it is so clear that the white house is ready to move on. the president's senior adviser dan pfeiffer, appearing on all five sunday talk shows saying that they won't be distracted from the important issues, like jobs, and they won't participate in "partisan fishing expeditions." now, on cnn's "state of the union" pfeiffer said that even though top treasury officials were aware of the irs investigation last year before the election, the white house did not know until a few weeks ago. >> here's the cardinal rule when you have situations like these. not just for this white house but all white houses. you do not interfere were an independent investigation and you do not do anything to get off the appearance of interference in an independent investigation, but the treasury department knew. >> as they should, because they oversee the irs. >> all right. and the majority of am
that president obama has taken so far? >> that's about the ap phone records and is outrageous that the white house is saying we have nothing to do with it. the justice department had a criminal investigation going on now. not hesitating to interfere and this is larger than any one investigation and this administration should get out there and say it's not acceptable to be going after the private cell home office phone records of journalists to 20 journalists, multiple locations, over long periods of time. that's what's known as a fishing expedition and that undermines the first amendment. >> i want to bring in congresswoman karen bass. good morning. >> good morning. >> i want to talk first to you about what's going on with the irs. eric holder is is going to appear in less than three hours. what's your line of questioning for him when it comes to the irs? >> my number one question really is when did he, well, really looking at this and saying that if this is what happened, it is unacceptable, period. i do think though that we have to remember that this is not the first time this happened in
it with people voting against the market because of obama problems. >> okay. speak of the health care law, the white house scrambling to protect it from the train wreck it's been called and now one democrat is calling it a constitutional right. what about your rights when it comes to paying for it? that's in an hour. up here first, the president out pushing new programs to stimulate the economy. but with signs the economy is rebounding even with the on fox >> brenda: president obama hitting the road with his latest plan to juice up the economy with billions of dollars in new spending. but look what's happening amid mandatory spending cuts. jobs are improving, housing is heating up, and the dow is taking off, charging past 15,000 this week. so gary b, is mor spending the last thing we need right now? >> brenda, like dejavu all over again. they tried it with the stimulus. we still have, including people who have given up not looking for jobs, 14% unemployment! that's number one. two, in europe, austerity, you know what the countries that actually cut spending over there? they're the ones gr
it comes from the obama campaign or the white house, you don't know that specifically, do you? can you name a do because in fact somebody should be culpable. but you would have to be the worst kind of foolish naive to not know this. now, let's, remember, you're too young to remember but i remember the conventional press in america freaked out when they heard a tape of nixon discussing the possibility of doing such a thing. gregg: right. >> will you see that kind of outrage in the "new york times" and "the washington post"? abc or nbc? i doubt it. but they -- >> likely to be a story covered only by fox. gregg: i'm old enough to remember it and, in fact it was article 2, section 1 of the impeachment charges against richard nixon. but they had proof. i mean they had people at the irs who said they had been pressured by richard nixon. we don't have that yet here, do we? >> no, but you can get that to prove -- you know, first of all, understand this. the irs has, for the most part, is staffed by seriously capable, responsible, law-abiding, professional people. when something is done that is amis
of the infrastructure that affection us all. the white house dealing with three scandals this morning. we are awaiting a response from the obama administration to all of them, the ap records seized, benghazi, the irs targeting conservatives and other groups. will the american public get some more explanations today. a white house press briefing scheduled ahead. stay with us. thank you. we're not in london, are we? no. why? apparently my debit card is. what? i know. don't worry, we have cancelled your old card. great. thank you. in addition to us monitoring your accounts for unusual activity, you could also set up free account alerts. okay. [ female announcer ] at wells fargo we're working around the clock to help protect your money and financial information. here's your temporary card. welcome back. how was london? [ female announcer ] when people talk, great things happen. angie's liat angie's list, i autyou'll find reviews. on everything from home repair to healthcare written by people just like you. if you want to save yourself time and avoid a hassle, go to angie's list. at angie's list, you'll fi
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